Peacocks may refer to:

  • Peacock, one of two species also known as peafowl
  • Peacocks (retailer)
  • Nickname for English football club, Leeds United
  • A song from Tallahassee (album) by The Mountain Goats
  • The Peacocks (band), a Swiss psychobilly group founded in 1990
  • The Peacocks (Backup band), an American backup band of musician Jack White which performs with White when he is performing solo.

Other articles related to "peacocks":

Peacocks (clothing)
... Peacocks is a fashion retailer based in Cardiff, Wales ... There are currently over 400 Peacocks retail outlets located in the United Kingdom and more than 200 located in 12 overseas countries ... Over the years, Peacocks has been re-branded as a value fashion store, as opposed to selling home goods and basic clothing ...
Peacocks (clothing) - Peacocks London
... Branded as Peacocks London, Peacocks has more than 200 franchise outlets outside United Kingdom, in Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt, Georgia, Gibraltar, Greece, Kuwait, Malta, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia ...
Chincholi Morachi
... (Marathiचिंच Chincha) town of Dancing Peacocks (Marathiमोर More) all around ... Today also in Morachi Chincholi, one can find lot of Peacocks everywhere in this small village ... trees were planted over here which attracted Peacocks to this place ...
Domination Of Black
... And I remembered the cry of the peacocks ... I heard them cry—the peacocks ... wind, Turning as the flames Turned in the fire, Turning as the tails of the peacocks Turned in the loud fire, Loud as the hemlocks Full of the cry of the peacocks? Or was it a cry against the hemlocks ...